Jumio’s new native mobile SDK for iOS and Android enables you to fully customize the online ID and identity verification experience. The SDK lets you modify the look and feel of the screens, including the colors, the text, the buttons, and even the number of screens included in the user journey.
The latest mobile SDK from Jumio lets you fully customize the UI and even the entire user experience of theSDK. This means you can customize the colors, the fonts, the buttons, the screen height, all button styles and even the number of screens you display to your users. There are only two limitations. The scan frame must use specific minimum ratio (actual dimensions), otherwise we can’t guarantee that the ID document will fit into the prescribed space. In addition, the overlay can only be partly customized (colors, text, but not the border strength). But that’s it—all other graphical elements can be designed to fit your branding guidelines.
We have created a few mockups to illustrate what you can achieve with the Custom UI functionality. If you look at the screens carefully, you’ll notice that some steps are completely skipped or that the screen appearance is completely different from the default Jumio SDK theme. In general, the implementation effort for the custom UI is a bit higher than for the normal SDK but you are more flexible than with the standard SDK customization options. With the standard SDK, your developers are limited to a predefined UI and user journey—that all changes with the Custom UI option baked into our new mobile SDK.
Want to learn more? Check out the technical documentation on Github.
NOTE: This feature is now live on Android (version 2.10.0) and will be released for iOS in 2.11.0 in early April